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The .NET team has built a linker to reduce the size of .NET Core applications. It is built on top of the excellent and battle-tested mono linker. The Xamarin tools also use this linker.
A personal project with implementations of data structures and algorithms, written in C# and created out of curiosity and for learning purposes.
The .NET team has built a linker to reduce the size of .NET Core applications. It is built on top of the excellent and battle-tested mono linker. The Xamarin tools also use this linker so it makes sense to try it out and perhaps use it everywhere!
ASP.NET Core 2.0 projects offer developers the flexibility of targeting .NET Core, .NET Framework, or both. See Choosing between .NET Core and .NET Framework for server apps to determine which target framework is most appropriate.
There is a component that exists in ASP.NET Core that conjures up an enchanted shield that protects portions (or all) of your website from unauthorized access. Like many people, I have used this component from the beginning of my journey, but have never understood it. It was conjured up by a wizard and provided a magical barrier between my website and the world. That’s not how it really works, of course, but without the right knowledge, it might as well.
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